Radio leaders. (Outtakes).
Among metro listeners 12 and older, the top four radio stations during the summer stayed atop the heap in the fall. Reigning country king KSSN-FM, 95.7 (KSSN 96), was No. 1, losing only one-tenth a share point to record a 10.7. Urban contemporary powerhouse KIPR (Power 92), was No. 2 with a 7.4.
KARN, which broadcasts on an AM and FM signal, remained the top news/talk station in the market and was No. 3 overall with a combined 6.5. Classic rocker KMJX-FM, 105.1 (Magic 105), remained No. 4, having dropped three-tenths of a share point to land at 6.3.
But KLEC-FM, 106.3 (Lick), continues to move up among radio stations, even while its share points declined since the summer. The alternative format station, owned by Equity Broadcasting Corp. of Little Rock, was No. 5 in the market, sneaking past KKPT-FM, 94.1 (The Point), which kept it out of the top five in the summer.
Meanwhile, Clear Channel Broadcasting of San Antonio (KSSN, Magic and KOLL-FM, 95) and Citadel (Power, KARN and KURB) each have three stations in the top 10. Signal Media of Little Rock has two (The Point and KABZ-FM, 103.7).
The Metro's Top 10 Radio Stations Station Fall 2001 Summer 2001 KSSN-FM 10.7 10.8 KIPR-FM 7.4 7.8 KARN (AM/FM Combo) 6.5 7.4 KMJX-FM 6.3 6.6 KLEC-FM 5.6 6.0 KURB-FM 5.6 5.0 KKPT-FM 5.1 6.0 KYFX-FM 4.7 3.6 KOLL-FM 4.1 3.9 KABZ-FM 3.9 2.7 Share points for 6 a.m.-midnight, Monday-Sunday, listeners 12 and older in the metropolitan area.
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|Date:||Feb 18, 2002|
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